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Coverage: Europe

Data is the oxygen that fuels change

Digital businesses create data silently and continuously — from their products, services, customer experiences, business processes, and decisions. The ability to leverage that data effectively and responsibly is critical for success.​ Register to join the community and get the latest IDC data and market trends! IDC Data and Intelligence Xchange is a must attend event for all data-driven technology and business leaders.

Overview
As tools and platforms become ever easier to use, the ability to engage much broader communities in the use of data and analytics becomes a potential game-changer. But how can organizations best balance innovation and governance — especially in the context of new industry and technology regulation? This balance is also critical for any organization looking to monetize data or engage in industry data exchange: something that more than 30% of organizations do today, informally.​
Why Attend?
IDC Data & Intelligence Xchange is an IDC community event that connects senior IT, data and business professionals from several industries and countries. IDCs analysts together with our advisory board aim to create the best-in-class independent content agenda based on insights from their research and close collaboration with industry executives, and thought leaders.

By joining the community you will get the future industry trends, actionable recommendations, hands-on experience from external speakers and last but not least - a chance to connect and network with your peers from the biggest European companies.

Advisory Board

We build each edition of the Xchange event by starting dialogue with industry leaders, which helps us to create the best independent content. Meet the Advisory Board Members for this year!

Agenda

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11:45

Registration & Networking lunch

12:45

IDC Greetings & Welcome

13:10

Trust in Transformation: How Leading Organizations Leverage Trust to Succeed​

13:40

Thriving in Uncertainty Through Data

14:00

Panel: Data Gravity and Sovereignty: What do Best Practices Look Like?​

14:20

Coffee & Networking; One-to-One Meeting

14:50

The Rise and Rise of Operational Intelligence

15:05

Strategies for Democratizing Access to Data & Analytics

15:30

Data Clouds, Exchanges and Ecosystems – Strategies for Success

15:45

Coffee & Networking; One-to-One Meeting

16:15

Roundtables

17:00

Networking and Refreshment Break; One-to-One Meetings​

18:30

Champagne Reception

19:30

Gala Dinner with speeches and games

22:00

After Dinner Drinks

Key topics

The IDC Data & Intelligence Xchange 2023 will provide essential guidance on:

Surviving and Thriving With Enterprise Intelligence

Supply chain constraints, skills gaps, inflationary pressures and geopolitical conflict have created stormy environments for organisations across all sectors. How can organisations use data, analytics and AI strategies to survive and thrive in volatile, uncertain environments?

Data Ecosystems: New Dimensions of Business Value

More than a third of enterprises already share data with trading partners, and this share is only likely to increase. Today most sharing is informal, but interest in formalising environments for data and insight sharing is growing fast. What technologies and processes underpin successful data exchanges, and what can we learn from pioneers?

Operational Intelligence: Benefits Beyond the CTO

An explosion of technologies and approaches (from APM to observability, customer journey analytics and process intelligence) enables organisations to be smarter than ever about the health and performance of their business and technology operations. How can organisations best capitalise on these opportunities – outside the realm of the CTO?

Ubiquitous Analytics and Citizen Data Scientist

Advanced analytics increasingly power not only reports and dashboards; they power features of digital products and services, and underpin digital business processes and decisions. When analytics are everywhere, and tools are more accessible than ever, how can organisations best balance innovation opportunity with control?

Dealing with Shifting Data Gravity

The majority of European organisations already rely on cloud platforms to host some critical data and analytics workloads. With data sovereignty becoming an increasingly important issue for many, what are the architectures, processes and best practices that organisations can use to ensure they remain in control of data gravity?

Trust, Ethics and Governance

It’s easy to commit to acting ethically in your use of data and AI. But what does that mean, in practice, in terms of investments in tools, processes and skills? What are the opportunities of embracing ethical approaches, and the risks of failure?

Speakers

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Venue

The Gran Miramar Hotel
Paseo de Reding, 22-24, 29016

Knowledge Hub

Data: Operational Advantage or Strategic Imperative?

Today’s world is digital. In our personal lives, we buy digital products, and we consume services through digital channels.

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Why You Should Add Location to Your Data Strategy

Have you noticed how often we reference maps, floor plans or other location and geospatial tools in our everyday lives? Did you monitor the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 map early in the pandemic?

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Why Should I Share My Data?

News about data breaches – when enterprises ‘share’ their data without consent – make headlines and strike fear into executives’ hearts, send IT departments into overdrive and shake customer and employee confidence.

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Contact Us

Charlotte Thygesen Poulsen

Vice President Events, Events and GMS, IDC Benelux, IDC Nordic

+45 24446502

Barbara Cambieri

Group Vice President and Managing Director, IDC

+39 335 6275570

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